Trafford Publishing presents: Written Account

Posted on April 9, 2014 under Author Blogs
 
Trafford Publishing author Norman Verl Stones

Often grandchildren are left in the dark about the life experiences of their grandparents. Grandchildren commonly take an interest later in life when the opportunity to ask questions is long gone. In order to prevent this from happening, Trafford Publishing author Norman Verl Stones made sure to pen his anecdotes to ensure that this invaluable information is left behind for those that matter most.

Trafford Publishing presents: The Naturally Good Man (3)

Posted on March 21, 2014 under Author Blogs
 
Trafford Publishing author Rod E. Keays

Trafford Publishing Author’s Corner is back for the finale of Rod E. Keays’ three-part series. Keays’ delves into the exemplary male figures and role models of the past that once influenced males’ roles in society. These days, there are fewer demands on males from their families and society.

Trafford Publishing presents: The Naturally Good Man (2)

Posted on March 12, 2014 under Author Blogs
 
Trafford Publishing author Rod E. Keays

Welcome back to Trafford Publishing Author’s Corner for part two of Rod E. Keays’ three-part series. Continuing from part one, Keays’ discusses the shifting roles men play in our society today, as opposed to the traditional restricted approach. The need to adjust to modern dynamics is certainly evident; present cultural expectations provide men the liberty to function according to their surroundings without constraint.

Trafford Publishing presents: The Naturally Good Man (1)

Posted on March 10, 2014 under Author Blogs
 
Trafford Publishing author Rod E. Keays

Discrimination is rife in today’s society. Perceived membership in certain groups in our society is what countless males think about all too often. Trafford Publishing author Rod E. Keays set up men’s groups in order to highlight the adversity among males in the 21st Century and to provide insight into the changing roles we all play in society.

Trafford Publishing presents: Your Friend the Radio

Posted on March 5, 2014 under Author Blogs
 
Trafford Publishing author Steve Ahern suggests radios for imagination

Is your imagination taking a never-ending vacation? Struggling to diffuse the muse? If there is one thing all writers will agree on, it’s that there are always periods when writers sit in front of their blank paper and bleed for words, yet their lack of imagination and creativity seems to be insurmountable. Why not jump on Trafford Publishing author Steve Ahern’s bandwagon and kick-start your imagination with some radio waves?